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mercredi 20 juin 2018

In Vietnam, discontent lurks under surface of economic success

Vietnam boasts one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, optimistic citizens and a stable government. But below the surface of positive data points lies discontent that spilled over during recent protests across the country.

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dimanche 17 juin 2018

Thousands hold peaceful protests in Vietnam against foreign investment plans

Thousands of people in central Vietnam demonstrated peacefully on Sunday against government plans to lease new economic zones to foreign investors, witnesses told Reuters, a few days after protesters in a nearby province clashed with police.

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vendredi 15 juin 2018

US calls on Vietnam to release American citizen arrested in protests

Will Nguyen was arrested at rally against new economic zones promoting Chinese interests

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jeudi 14 juin 2018

American university student arrested in police crackdown on protests in Vietnam

An American university student was among the dozens of protesters beaten and arrested in Vietnam this week during clashes between demonstrators and police, according to the New York Times.

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lundi 11 juin 2018

102 held for vandalizing gov't office in SEZ law protest in Vietnam

Officers dispersed a rowdy protest in Binh Thuan Province near midnight on Sunday.

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China warns citizens in Vietnam after protests over economic zones

China has warned its citizens in Vietnam after protesters clashed with police over a government plan to create new economic zones for foreign investment that has fueled anti-Chinese sentiment in the country.

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dimanche 10 juin 2018

Vietnam police halt protests against new economic zones

Police in Vietnam detained more than a dozen protesters in the capital Hanoi on Sunday and halted demonstrations in other cities against plans for new special economic zones that the protesters fear will be dominated by Chinese investors.

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dimanche 25 mars 2018

Thousands of Vietnamese workers take to highway to protest wage cuts

The protest caused hours of congestion and prompted the Taiwanese company to cancel a new payment plan.

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vendredi 8 décembre 2017

Vietnam reviews toll road after rare protests

Vietnam's government has promised a full review of charges at a toll gate on a new road after protests there posed a rare challenge to the Communist authorities and showed signs of spreading.

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lundi 25 septembre 2017

Vietnam uses water cannon to disperse protest at global fashion brands supplier

Vietnamese authorities on Monday (Sept 25) used water cannon and electric rods to end a five-month long protest by villagers blockading a textile plant that serves global fashion brands, an official and a villager said.

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lundi 17 avril 2017

Vietnam villagers hold dozens of policemen in land dispute

Villagers in Vietnam's capital on Monday were holding more than 30 people, most of them policemen, over a land dispute in a rare defiance of the communist government.

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mardi 14 février 2017

Vietnam police stop fishermen marching to make claims at steel firm

Police in Vietnam stopped hundreds of protesters on Tuesday from marching to present compensation claims against a steel plant over a toxic spill last year, activists said.

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lundi 3 octobre 2016

Outrage over fish kill in Vietnam simmers 6 months later

Six months after a chemical spill killed tons of fish and devastated fishing communities along Vietnam’s central coast, anger over the episode is still raw, posing a challenge for a government that has struggled to address it.

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lundi 22 août 2016

Bicycle parade promotes LGBT rights in Vietnam

Hundreds of people on Sunday took part in a colourful bicycle parade through the streets of Hanoi in support of LGBT rights as the country marked its fifth annual Viet Pride event.

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dimanche 17 juillet 2016

Vietnam removes protesters gathered for anti-China rally in Hanoi

About two dozen people are bused away even before they begin their protest against Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea

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lundi 6 juin 2016

Vietnam breaks up protests as anger seethes over fish deaths

Dozens of activists have been detained in Vietnam's two biggest cities after trying to hold protests calling for greater government transparency over a recent spate of mass fish deaths.

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dimanche 5 juin 2016

Vietnam breaks up protests as anger seethes over fish deaths

Dozens of activists were detained in Vietnam's two biggest cities Sunday as they tried to hold protests calling for greater government transparency over a recent spate of mass fish deaths.

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dimanche 1 mai 2016

Rare rallies in Vietnam over mysterious mass fish deaths

Hundreds of people demonstrated in Vietnam on Sunday against a Taiwanese firm they accuse of causing mass fish deaths along the country's central coast, with some also blaming the government for a sluggish response to a major environmental disaster.

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lundi 14 mars 2016

Vietnam protesters denounce China on anniversary of navy battle

Demonstrators marched in Vietnam's capital on Monday to mark the 28th anniversary of a bloody naval battle with China and to denounce Beijing's growing assertiveness in the hotly contested waters of the South China Sea.

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dimanche 5 octobre 2014

Cambodia's ethnic Khmer Krom activists continue rally in front of Vietnamese Embassy

PHNOM PENH - Around 100 ethnic minority Khmer Krom monks and activists in Cambodia continued their rally in front of the Vietnamese Embassy here on Sunday, marking the 2nd day of a fresh protest against a Vietnamese diplomat.

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vendredi 3 octobre 2014

Hong Kong protests are China's internal affairs: Vietnam FM spokesman

HANOI -- "Protests in Hong Kong are China's internal affairs," stated Le Hai Binh, spokesperson of Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday.

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jeudi 14 août 2014

Vietnam demands Cambodia punish extremists for burning Vietnamese flag

Vietnam strongly protests against an illegal demonstration staged by Khmer Kampuchea Krom extremists who burned Vietnamese flags in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh on Tuesday, the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

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dimanche 3 août 2014

Vietnam hosts third gay pride parade as attitudes soften

Around 300 activists led a colourful parade through Hanoi on Sunday in the nation's largest ever gay pride event, as communist Vietnam shows signs of increasing tolerance of sexual difference.

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mardi 22 juillet 2014

Taiwan's Formosa Plastics to receive $2.39 mln in Vietnam compensation

Taiwanese conglomerate Formosa Plastics Group said on Monday it will receive $2.39 million in compensation from the Vietnamese government and a Vietnamese insurance firm for damages incurred during anti-China protests in May.

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mardi 15 juillet 2014

Vietnam dismisses Cambodian protest demanding Mekong Delta

The Vietnamese embassy in Cambodia has dismissed a protest that drew more than 200 locals on Wednesday as an illegal and groundless argument.

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jeudi 19 juin 2014

Behind Vietnam's anti-China riots, a tinderbox of wider grievances

HANOI—The waves of riots that followed peaceful demonstrations in Vietnam last month and targeted crucial manufacturing centers provide a cautionary tale for businesses who view the country as a low-risk, stable manufacturing environment.

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dimanche 8 juin 2014

Viet Tan reactionary party behind riots in Vietnam hub

Police in Ho Chi Minh City have concluded that the riots that broke out in Thu Duc District last month was incited and caused by what so called the Viet Tan (Vietnam Reform) Party, an outlawed reactionary organization based in the U.S.

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lundi 26 mai 2014

Pro-Vietnam protesters march in Hong Kong, calling for China to leave

About 200 protesters staged an anti-China protest in Hong Kong yesterday over a sovereignty dispute involving Vietnam in the South China Sea - the first of its kind so close to the mainland.

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samedi 24 mai 2014

Vietnam police indict 259 rioters in Binh Duong Province

Police in the southern province of Binh Duong have completed their investigation into recent riots at some provincial industrial parks and officially indicted 259 people for inciting the unrest, which caused serious damage to hundreds of companies including foreign-invested enterprises.

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Video shows Vietnam woman burns self to protest China’s oil rig

An elderly woman burnt herself to death early Friday morning at the entrance gate of Ho Chi Minh City Reunification Palace to protest China’s encroachment of Vietnamese waters in the East Vietnam Sea.

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